Spider-Man: Web Of Fire
The webslinger has enjoyed a long and popular history on Sega systems.
He's back on 32X, this time more lifelike than ever, in Spider-Man: Web of Fire.
This time Spider-Man faces off with HYDRA, the infamous terrorist organization that has graced the pages of many a comic book.
HYDRA has put an energy net over the Big Apple. It is slowly descending, crushing every building and inhabitant brick by brick, bone by bone.
The net was created by three Generator Spires, each guarded by the Enforcers, an army of supercharged mercenaries, and the supervillains of HYDRA.
Spidy must shut down all three towers, webbing bad guys and rescuing civilians along the way.
Spider-Man: Web of Fire is pure Action.
Utilizing the more powerful capabilities of the 32X's twin processors, this version of the webslinger is bigger, bolder, and badder, with new fighting moves and more web shooting than ever.
The game has foregrounds, midgrounds and backgrounds, and Spider-Man has more than 50 new moves for combat on the ground, while stuck to walls, and dangling from his web.
If you're a Spider-Man fan, this one will keep you hanging at the end of your web.
Hot Time In The City
Web-crawler fans, rejoice: Spidey's next great adventure is heading for the 32X faster than you can tie up a fly and drain it dry! Spider-Man: Web of Fire is the latest, greatest adventure for this favorite Sega superhero. Web of Fire pits Spider Man against the evil terrorist cabal HYDRA and the lethal laser web it has placed over the Big Apple. The object is to find the three Generator Spires that create the web and shut them down, in the process defeating the supervillains guarding them.
More Movies Than Ever
Spider-Man has gained realism in his transition to 32X. Fifty new fighting moves supplement his standard punches, kicks, and webbing. Spidey can now attack and sling webs while standing, attached to the sides of buildings, and even upside-down. Web of Fire features more than 14 levels, ranging from the city rooftops to the power centers of the Generator Spires.
There is a time factor. As you battle your way to each Spire, the laser web is slowly descending on the city, crushing everything in its way. The Spires are guarded by Enforcers, supercharged mercenaries hired by HYDRA to stop Spider-Man cold. You can jump in for hand-to-hand battling, or fling a web from a distance and then close in for the kill. With more radical camera angles and the realistic - often outrageous battling and webbing, Spider-Man: Web of Fire is the closest Spidey game to the comic series yet. If you're into catching thieves just like flies, this is just the game for you.
The Daily Bugle
Everyone knows that when Spider-Man isn't swinging around the rooftops nabbing creeps and criminals, he's taking pictures for the Daily Bugle under the guise of Peter Parker. As the leading rag of this fair metropolis, the Daily Bugle is where you first read about the deadly web of lasers and keep track of your progress through the game.
2017-11-05 Spider-Man: Web Of Fire game added.